Delhi, India (PressExposure) September 26, 2009 -- In recent months, Think Digit (www.thinkdigit.com) has seen more activity than ever before as the Indiaâs premier technology magazine seeks to carve out a similar space for itself in the online world. Digit is the countryâs mostly highly read tech magazine, and its online image is getting better every day.
As opposed to a news blog approach, Think Digit has analytical articles with reporters going through various sites and other media to present a well-rounded, balanced report that covers what the major tech pundits are saying about a subject, as well as provide perspective from an Indian angle.
That is not to say that breaking news isnât a priority. Think Digit was the first to report the estimated availability and price of the Sony PlayStation 3 Slim in India. The exclusive with Sony India head honcho Atiyendra Bose also broke the news that the 80GB PS3 was set to be phased out.
As for international news, when Steve Jobs came back to the big stage at Appleâs recent Rock and Roll event and announced the new iPod Nano with video recording, Think Digit had three reports of the same within an hour, beating every other Indian technology portal- http://www.thinkdigit.com
And thatâs not all! Think Digit reviews and previews the latest games, such as Batman: Arkham Asylum and Need For Speed: Shift; the latest geek movies, from District 9 to Transformers 2; and tons of gadgets and software, with the write-up on PostBox receiving mention from Spread Thunderbird and turning up among the first few results in a Google search for âPostbox reviewâ.
So the next time you want the latest scoop in whatâs happening in the world of technology, and especially in India, all you have to do is Think Digit!- http://www.thinkdigit.com/cart.php